Munros to bag in the area

The Munros are mountains in Scotland over 3,000 feet. They were first listed by Sir Hugh Munro in the 19th Century in his 'Munros Tables', published in the Journal of the Scottish Mountaineering Club. Sir Hugh divided the summits into 283 separate mountains now known as the Munros.  Corbetts are hills over 2,500 feet high.

Here is a list of local Munros for the area. You will find the grid reference in brackets.

Ben Lawers                                            (NN635414)

An Stuc                                                  (NN639431)

Meall Garbh 'Lawers region'                   (NN644436)

Beinn Ghlas                                           (NN625404)

Schiehallion                                            (NN713547)

Beinn a'Chreachain                                (NN373440)

Beinn Heasgarnich                                 (NN413383)

Beinn Dorain                                          (NN325378)

Meall Corranaich                                    (NN615410)

Creag Mhor                                            (NN391361)

Meall nan Tarmachan                            (NN585390)

Carn Mairg                                             (NN684512)

Meall Ghaordaidh                                   (NN514397)

Beinn Achaladair                                    (NN344432)

Carn Gorm                                             (NN635500)

Ben Challum                                          (NN386322)

Beinn an Dothaidh                                 (NN331408)

Meall Greigh                                           (NN674438)

Meall na Aighean                                   (NN694496)

Meall Garbh                                           (NN647517)

Stuchd an Lochain                                 (NN482482)

Meall Glas                                              (NN431321)

Beinn Mhanach                                      (NN373411)

Meall Buidhe [Glen Lyon, North]            (NN498499)

Meall a'Choire Leith                               (NN612439)

Sgiath Chuil                                            (NN462317)

Our iconic mountain, Schiehallion, is a very popular munro.